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Adzuna has appointed Paul Lewis as chief marketing officer.

Lewis is the third executive hire within six months as the job search engine further strengthens its leadership team.

Lewis has over 20 years’ experience scaling some of the UK’s leading high growth digital businesses. He was most recently interim CMO at, where he worked across a number of key brand and customer focused projects following the PE-backed acquisition by Great Hill Partners.

Prior to, he spent three years at challenger insurance brand Hometree, as well as over three years at VoucherCodes where he oversaw and owned the marketing strategy, driving YoY growth delivering against the omni-channel needs of both its merchant partners and UK consumers. 

His career also includes household names such as MOO, Ancestry and Betfair.

Founded in London in 2011, Adzuna’s job matching technology is used by tens of millions of job seekers every month.

It also runs ‘Find a job’, the UK Government’s online job board and one of its most used online services, as well as powering the Office for National Statistics’ labour market indices, which track the labour market recovery on a weekly basis and have been critical in monitoring the impact of the pandemic on jobs and the economy.

“I am delighted to welcome Paul to the Adzuna team,” said Doug Monro, CEO and co-founder. “His experience in scaling fast growth digital businesses and his deep understanding of the importance of leveraging data to provide job seekers with the best possible experience is a great asset for us as we look to grow our team and match millions more people around the world to better, more fulfilling jobs in the new world of work.”

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Lewis added: “I love combining the numbers and creative sides of marketing to develop the best customer and brand experiences around and I’m utterly customer obsessed. 

“That’s why I’m so excited to join the Adzuna team at this exciting moment in their growth story and to bring this passion to a business with such an important mission: getting Britain and the world working.”